|Jumpin' / Porcupine - JMD|
Bouncy, uplifting melodic trance with a commercial edge. "Porcupine" features catchy piano and synth stabs, while "Jumpin'" has a slightly harder feel and uplifting vocal effects.
Keywords: Dance; Trance; Trance; Uplifting Trance; Melodic Trance
|Reflections / Sandstone - Hyperterminal|
"Reflections" is a melodic, instrumental trance soundscape with haunting piano and orchestral sounds and a driving catchy trance hook. "Sandstone" is an electro influenced trance track of a slightly more minimal nature, featuring analogue synth sounds and sweeping, resonant pads.
Keywords: Dance; electro-house; Trance; Melodic Trance
|Elements - Marc Burt|
The original mix of Marc Burt's "Elements" is melodic, progressive trance with sweeping pads, piano and synths.
Keywords: Trance; Progressive Electronic; Trance; Melodic Trance
|On Target - JMD|
JMD produces two new bangin' British trance tracks, full of warm synth action.
Keywords: trance; hard trance; melodic trance; British; UK; dance
|Scorpion (remixes) - Redmann vs Marc Burt|
Marc Burt is on hand to rework Redmann's 1998 track "Scorpion", with JMD also providing a guest remix. Marc Burt's main remix is pure progressive, uplifting trance with sweeping, lush synths and piano. JMD takes Marc's remake and speeds things up a notch with a faster, harder arpeggio based trance workout. Finally, Marc goes back to 1998 for an uplifting rework sticking close to Redmann's original.
Keywords: trance; progressive trance; melodic trance; uplifting trance; UK; dance; club; progressive; melodic; British
|Plastic Explosive - Redmann|
Andrew "Redmann" Amery is back with a melodic, uplifting trance track featuring plenty of warm analog synth action. JMD is on the remix with a hard, bouncy trance version of the track, also adding throbbing old skool bass.
Keywords: trance; melodic trance; breakbeat; 1990s; nineties; UK; British; club; dance; music